Do you need an excuse? We have some great ones ready for you to use.

Most frequently used excuses

Perhaps you don’t have the time. The key to “finding the time” is to actually plan ahead. Start looking at the things you do without efficiency. 

Feeling tired may be a sign of poor sleep – or a lack of adequate sleep. Do you go to bed and wake at the same time? Do you wake up feeling refreshed? Do you sleep less than you know you should? 

Could you have a medical problem like obstructive sleep apnea or thyroid disease? 

These are all worth looking into. But if you have optimized your sleep, and still you feel tired, maybe you need to cut back on some of the unnecessary things you do – and focus on only the important ones.

While not having enough money might limit your immediate ability to do some things, it is the absence of money that motivates your creative mind to take action.

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Anything hot can get cold. It’s often a little less of whatever holds us back (such as heat) that allows us to find a reason to avoid a situation. While you can wait for the temperature to decrease, you might simply think about the temperature as a positive (and not a negative). 

Or you can get up earlier when the temperature is no quite that high. That would require planning ahead.

Anything cold can get warmer. It’s often a little less of whatever holds us back (such as cold) that allows us to find a reason to avoid a situation. While you can wait for the temperature to increase, you might simply think about the temperature as a positive (and not a negative). 

Dress in layers to go out in the cold. Your body will generate and retain the heat it creates protecting you against the cold. This will help you be outside in the cold weather. 

Cold spaghetti doesn’t taste bad. It is just served hot because that is “how it is supposed to be”.

While making sure you have enough money to pay the bills is necessary, two thoughts come to mind:

  1. Are you planning well enough to do the extra things in life that will give your life meaning (when all is said and done)? In other words, trying to make more efficient your spending and planning habits will give you the opportunity to do those “fun” things that will create memories for you. These memories will carry with you no matter how much (or little money) you have.
  2. Planning and saving go hand in hand. In order to plan better, you might need to take a look at your budget – and you might need to plan for the future events you don’t feel you have enough money to do. Budgeting your money might mean “tightening the purse strings” and cutting out the extras. Many of these “extras” simply fulfill the need of stress reduction. You might reduce stress more aptly by planning time for stress reduction. This usually means some free activity such as walking in your neighborhood (or the park), climbing stairs in your work building during your lunch hour, or simply utilizing deep breathing on a free app on your phone. There are also any free “meetup” apps which may provide linkage to others in a similar need for free activities.

Now is the time for action!

Stop making excuses and take action now. I promse to help you change your life for the better. If doing what you’re doing now isn’t doing anything for you, this is the time and reason you need to check out what I know you already have in store for yourself. I’ll help you figure out how to get inspired, stay focused, and know how to change your mindset so that you develop the necessary vision to become your more optimal self.